Saint. 634–709 ad, English churchman; bishop of York (?663–?703). At the Synod of Whitby (664) he argued successfully that Celtic practices should be replaced by Roman ones in the English Church. Feast day: Oct 12
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How to use Wilfrid in a sentence
At St. Wilfrid's there is a choir which can't be excelled by any provincial body of singers in the kingdom.
One of the most noticeable features in connection with the services at St. Wilfrid's is the music.
It is a chapel of ease for St. Wilfrid's, and is attended to a very large extent by Irish people.
Wilfrid Burton complained that he was incessantly confronted with some saying of Dodge, and from this there was no appeal.The Daughters of Danaus | Mona Caird
I said the Guild of St. Wilfrid—that's our servers' guild, you know—was absolutely in favour of defiance, open defiance.Sinister Street, vol. 1 | Compton Mackenzie